Vietnam, Japan look to foster trade cooperation A workshop was held in Tokyo on October 22 to discuss measures to promote economic and trade cooperation between Vietnam and Japan. Held by the Department of Trade Promotion (DTP) under the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Japan-ASEAN centre, the event attracted representatives from more than 100 Japanese and 25 Vietnamese enterprises operating in handicrafts, mechanics, plastic, home furniture and gifts. Speaking at the workshop, Doan Thi Thu Thuy, Deputy General Director of the DTP said Vietnamese goods are present in most markets around the world, and exports are shifting from raw materials to products with higher value such as electronics and smart phones. Notably, Vietnam’s agriculture has witnessed a long period of stable growth with an average expansion of 4.4 percent in the last decade, with the export value of Vietnamese fruits surpassing those of rice and crude oil. Assessing Vietnam’s advantages, Thuy said the country has a young and skilled workforce and a stable political situation, as well as rich natural resources, favourable geographic location, active international integration, an impressive growth rate and an improved legal system. These factors have helped Vietnam attract more foreign investment, she said, noting… Read full this story
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